Characters of the EpisodesEdit

Captain Barnacles Peso Penguin

Kwazii Cat

Shellington Sea Otter

Dashi Dog

Tweak Bunny

Luke Skywalker

Leia Organa

Han Solo

Frankin D. Roosevelt


December 7, 1941 - The Japanese attack Pearl Harbor, sinking the USS Arizona.

December 8, 1941 - Franklin D. Rooselvent's Day of Infamy speech


Dorothy Gale (adult): Their on our tale! Daniel and I can't shake them!

Short Round (teen): Just relax Dorothy and Daniel! We will be on our way.

(Short Round begins firing at the Fire Nation warplanes and blows them up, saving her and Daniel's lives)

Dorothy Gale (adult): Thanks Short Round, sorry me and Daniel panicked.

Imperial Officer: Sir, we lost our Deflector Shields!

Imperial Officer: Anti Gravity Force 5!!

Octonaut Pilot (Peso lookalike Octonaut Pilot): Aaaaarrrrrrrrgggggghhhhh!

Imperial Officer: Too late!

(The Octonauts bomber plane suddenly crashes through the glass window of the Bridge blowing it up causing the Imperial Star Destroyer to go down, hitting the Massive Tamagotchi UFO causing severe damage to it, lowering it to 3% of Health)

Darth Vader: I have you now.

Darth Vader: What?

Han Solo: Yahoo!

Tie Fighter Pilot: Look out!

Han Solo: You including Bardock, Chi-Chi, Krillin and Goku are all clear! Now let's blow this thing and get out of here!

Imperial Officer: [on intercome] Stand by.

Kwazii Cat: well, it looks like we have no choice but to get bombed here.

Imperial Officer: [on intercome] Stand by.


(Kwazii Cat, Captain Barnacles and Peso Penguin all drive off in the Gup A)

Obi-Wan: Remember, the Force will be with you and the Octonauts, always.

Japanese Naval Officer: (Japanese) Colonel Fuchida reports: Tremendous Victory. Many Ships Destroyed.

Japanese Naval Officer: (Japanese) Out of 350 planes. We just only lost 29.

Frankling D. Roosevelt: Yesterday, December 7, 1941, a date we will live in Infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and delibrately attacked by Naval and Air Forces of the Empire of Japan.

(The Americans are using the fire hose at the fire to put it out)

Franklin D. Roosevelt: I regret to tell that over 3000 American lives have been lost.